If you look at the numbers, it’s safe to say that the sport of Lacrosse continues to be a growing sport. In the United States alone, participation grew over 3% in 2017 with over 825,000 people playing the sport. That was the 12th consecutive year of growth with a net increase of at least 20,000 players each of those years.
Participants include boys, girls and men and women from the youth level up to the high school and collegiate years.
With the increase comes the need for more knowledgeable coaches who can teach the game the right way. Sure, some coaches have played the game and have a good idea of the types of drills and practice sessions needed. But for the more beginning level coaches and a refresher for the veterans, it’s helpful to have some drills to fall back on that can help improve your team.
Here are five lacrosse drills that we think can help.